current WNBA player Imani Boyette and a son, NBA player JaVale McGee currently with the Golden State Warriors. In 2012, she was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. She lives in Annandale, Virginia. The consecutive NCAA championships followed two Michigan state championships at Flint Northern High School. Besides playing in France, Italy and Brazil, she was drafted #2 at 34 years old, into the WNBA. She starred for the Los Angeles Sparks and Sacramento Monarchs. JaVale McGee is the first son of a WNBA player to ever play in the NBA. His younger half sister, 6'7" Imani Boyette, also plays in the WNBA for the Chicago Sky. Pam, with a degree in economics, balanced her international basketball career with raising both children, home schooling, coaching and teaching school in the off season, though the formidable tasks were not without controversy. Her sister Paula holds two masters degrees, including one in the Hebrew Bible.